|Gregory Reynolds and Ann Adachi- The Foundry 05-20-2006 - bivouacmusic|
Light in August is the duet project of Ann Adachi (flute, piccolo, voice) and Gregory Reynolds (alto sax, voice). Through the unconventional use of traditional woodwind instruments, they develop focused and entrancing improvisations with attention to breath, space, sound, and transformation. They have performed in Seattle, Tokyo, Boston and New York City, where they currently reside.
Keywords: bivouac; gregory reynolds; ann adachi; the foundry; motoko shimizu; ed chang
|Ninni Morgia- The Foundry 05-20-2006 - bivouacmusic|
Ninni Morgia solo performance at the Foundry, NYC on May 20, 2006. Recorded by Terence Lloren for Bivouac. Used with permission.
Keywords: ninni morgia; foundry; nyc; bivouac; experimental music; motoko shimizu; ed chang
|Bruno Morello and Shayna Dulberger- The Foundry 05-20-2006 - bivouacmusic|
Bruno Morelloâs debut at New York Carnegie Weill Recital Hall along with the guitar duo âDrops and Silenceâ, was positively received by the critics: ââ¦..a marvelous performance of improvisational jazz by Sicilian duo guitarists Paolo Battaglia and Maurizio Morello, who were joined by alto saxophonist Bruno Morello.â Jeffry James, 4tay Records. Mr. Morello performed at Carnegie Hall as a recipient of the Ibla Foundation special mention at the 2003 Ibla Grand Prize...
Keywords: bivouac; shayna dulberger; bruno morello; the foundry; motoko shimizu; ed chang; biv0uac; bass; saxophone; improvised jazz
|226 Series/ The Foundry- 1st Anniversary Show 04-23-2006 - bivouacmusic|
Matt Hannafin (percussion) : Matt Hannafin is a New York-based percussionist active in both improvisational New Music and Iranian classical and traditional forms http://www.drumdojo.com/writers/matt_hannafin.htm Brian Moran (electronics) : Electronics player Brian Moran began his performance career in experimental dance, whose working methods he later adapted to music and sound design. Employing a variety of circuit-bent electronics, analog synthesizers, field recordings, and processing devices,...
Keywords: bivouac; spin-17; ed chang; noriaki watanabe; ravi padmanabha; maria chavez; ed howard; brian moran; matt hannafin